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Jailbreak 6.1.3 [iOS 6.0, 6.1.2] and Cydia Installation

Jailbreak for iOS 6.0.1, 6.1.0, and 6.1.2,  is available for download and is compatible with all few devices. Click below tutorial links which I have just updated for 6.0.1, 6.1, 6.1.2 and 6.1.3 and 5.1.1 both tethered and untethered. Since the iOS 6 has been released for developers only at this time, the is called iOS 6 Beta 1. The latest iOS 6.0.1 can be done using the RedSn0w 0.9.15b3, the release name reflects that this is a developer version to  iOS 6 and can be used by a developer only or if you have installed iOS 6 on your device. At the moment you can iOS 6 beta version tethered using the dev 2 version of redsn0w 0.9.13 Dev2. Update: Evasi0n iOS 6.1.2 Untethered Tutorial is available for jailbreaking all devices running iOS 6.0 to 6.1.2, check our home page for latest evasi0n tutorial for iOS 6.1.2 jailbreak.  CLICK FOR LATEST iOS 6.1.2 Evasi0n Tutorial iOS 6.1.3 Jail break iPhone 4, …

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RedSn0w 5.1.1 Jailbreak Updated to 0.9.12b2 With More Useful Options

The most famous jailbreak software RedSn0w has been recently updated by iPhone Dev Team, providing more options for jailbreaking your iPhone, iPod or iPad. As mentioned on the official blog the new version of redsn0w 0.9.12b2 will explicitly ask the users with Limera1n enabled devices whether they want to inject rocku-racoon or not. Similarly the new version also fixes an issue with iBooks on old bootrom 3gs iphones. Below I have given links to download RedSn0w and how to jailbreak 5.1.1 using RedSn0w. Below is as mentioned on official blog. Starting with version 0.9.12b2, redsn0w will now explicitly ask users with limera1n-able devices whether they want to inject rocky-racoon using the DFU ramdisk method or the backup/restore method (the ramdisk method is better for those with lots of media on their device that would create very large backups, and it’s required for those with unactivated iPhones).  If you’ll always want to use limera1n, you can select that in the Preferences …

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